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An employer has been ordered to pay aggravated damages – in addition to lost wages – after firing an employee in retaliation for raising safety issues.
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The current Markets in Financial Instruments Directive has been replaced by a new Directive and Regulation. This article highlights the major areas of change and the timescales for achieving it.
The Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision last week in Westerhof v Gee Estate and McCallum v Baker, which are the companion cases to Moore v Getahun.
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Canada’s Occupational Health and Safety Act may protect employees against retaliation for asserting their rights, but not for merely sustaining an injury.
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No, I want to know why people even bother with gross negligence in joint operating agreements.
If a regulated firm gets full immunity from the FCA for a competition law infringement, will it be fined in any event for breaching FSMA? And other burning questions.
At last there is a political consensus that there is a massive housing shortage in this country.
Lack of a clear and prominent ‘unsubscribe’ mechanism sees Plentyoffish shell out $50k in Canada.
An employee need not physically assault a co-worker to be dismissed for workplace violence.